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Re: [igraph] igraph-help Digest, Vol 93, Issue 6

From: Bian, Jiang
Subject: Re: [igraph] igraph-help Digest, Vol 93, Issue 6
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2014 16:21:14 +0000

Thanks for the reply!

> Define "handle". igraph can "handle" these graphs, in the sense that it can
read/write/manipulate them. It just cannot calculate _everything_ on them.

For my purpose, obviously, it’s the calculations that matter to me. So, handle 
means handle the calculations. Sorry for being not clear.

> And you'll never find any piece of software that can.

Some of the new graph-parallel processing systems (such as Graphlab’s 
PowerGraph, Apache’s Giraph, etc.) can, but they are just not as complete as 
igraph. For example, Graphlab only has PageRank and Triangle Counting 

So, I guess I am on my own to implement all the calculations in one of the HPC 
frameworks. I was trying to avoided it, since it wasn’t really the goal of my 



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